France was a land, England was a people, but America, having about it still that...– F. Scott Fitzgerald “The Swimmers,” The Saturday Evening Post (19 October 1929)
The Final Exam
My teacher likes to pass them out individually, entering and exiting the tiny alleyways that our desks form. Today, she determined that even a person of her stature had to squeeze through the row on my left. “Hm, could you guys move just a little to the left?” And for once, the dirt parted to allow for the sea. Those eyes, shades of blue and green and white that always appeared to be swirling,...
People will love you. People will hate you. And none of it will have anything to...– Abraham Hicks (via dreamsilver)
A SHERLOCK MOMENT IN STAR TREK WHEN CUCUMBERBATCH WAS ALREADY IN THE FLIPPING THING HOW IS THIS EVEN POSSIBLE
Of all the words of mice and men, the saddest are ‘It might have been.’– Kurt Vonnegut, Cat’s Cradle (via mynameiscollins)
at least the internet has 0 calories
swagchat: swagchat: swagchat: what type of music do chiropractors listen to hip-pop
fapoleon-bonerparte: I was doing research on Napoleon when I found it again My favorite picture of him
dragonpikachu: i-wanna-get-in-englands-pants: aiyuwithoutatrace: wegotplansforsammy: wibblywobblytimeturners: somewherethats-green: the worst fuckin thing is “oh you sing? are you a good singer? SING SOMETHING FOR ME RIGHT NOW” “do you draw? you do? DRAW ME” like no “you write? MAKE ME A CHARACTER IN YOUR STORY” “you act? CRY FOR ME RIGHT NOW” “You speak that language?! Say...
foodtrucker: I was born at an incredibly young age
I shut my eyes in order to see.– Paul Gauguin (via psych-facts)
meladoodle: *brings get well soon balloons to funeral*
jakemalik: howell-junkie: jakemalik: *makes spelling mistakes to seem more edgy and wild on the internet* DO YOU KNOW HOW LONG I SPENT LOOKING FOR A SPELLING MISTAKE HERE
awkwardvagina: popcorn? no thanks i only eat heavymetalcorn